Teaching and Student Learning

CAFE offers professional development events, classroom observation and mentoring (the Teaching Partners program), educational research  mini-grant assistance, curriculum development resources, and other assistance with classroom teaching. For additional resources, see the drop down menu above or contact Abby Bigg for more information.

End of Course Evaluations: To find out more about end of course evaluations, go to FAQs about End of Course Evaluations; to look up course evaluations, go here. For a list of ways to document teaching, go to Documenting Teaching.

Instructional Designers: The Instructional Services  division of Educational Technology  often works in collaboration with CAFE and offers classroom assistance from a team of instructional designers who have advanced degrees in education. They assist with consultations, workshops, course design or redesign, content development, mid-term feedback and other faculty resources. Go here for a video overview of services offered, including assistance with distance and online teaching. Contact Julie Phelps for more information.

Helping Students Succeed Academically: There are a number of resources available to help students academically that offer assistance campus-wide and across disciplines. Student success resources include Learning Enhancements Across Disciplines (LEAD) program, the Burns-McDonnell Student Success Center, the Writing Center, and the Student Veterans Resource Center. Other resources for students include the Undergraduate Advising CenterAcademic Support Office and Student Disablility Services.